Good to see it has a Flame Retardant Metal Back too.
Had a big 700 wide Beko fridge freezer for about 10 years, it got noisy for a wile but kept going and was still going strong and had quietened down when we sold it with the house (y) so have no trouble recommending their stuff (y)
A sample of one is real hassle for you but means nothing statistically. Bosch great too (unless is one of the cheper ones with the horrible plastic interior) but not a 'budget' buy.
Bought a similar model a couple years ago and has been fantastic. Replaced a Hoover/Candy model which was appalling. As stated though the water dispenser does take up some room in the door which means there is a two tier shelf arrangement in the main body to allow for more tall bottles. I think mine was only £229 at Argos and used various other offers/discounts at the time to get a sub £200 price. It is frost free and looks identical to this one. I'm not up to date with Which as their reports are behind a paywall but a few years ago (when I bought my fridge) they were by far the best on price/reliability. Don't assume a more expensive brand is more reliable often they are not. My mother has a Samsung model that seems very good but is much noisier than mine. In fact really noisy at times. If you want to be sure perhaps do a Which trial and see who are currently rated the best budget brand but I'll be surprised if its not still Beko. Looks like the trial is £1. https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/fridge-freezers/article/which-fridge-freezer-brand/most-reliable-fridge-freezer-brands
I recently had a Beko dishwasher that constantly broke down. After 3 main circuit boards with the last one lasting just one cycle Beko agree to refund my money. Now have a more expensive but brilliant Bosch